Etihad, Fly Dubai, and Emirates Suspends Their Flight Operations from Pakistan – Research Snipers

Etihad, Fly Dubai, and Emirates Suspends Their Flight Operations from Pakistan

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All flights of Emirates, Etihad, and Fly Dubai departing from Pakistan have been suspended currently for a temporary period of time as the COVID-19 cases in Pakistan are increasing day by day.

Although, there are flights coming to Pakistan that have not been suspended and the cargo flights are also operating and will continue their operations.

On 24th June, Emirates canceled its flight from Pakistan. A new schedule for the passenger flights will be announced by the airlines very soon.

On the other hand, the cargo flights between Pakistan and UAE will continue its operations. The Emirates airline is concerned about the passengers waiting to travel back to the UAE. Recently, Emirates announced that it will remain in contact with the related authorities on transporting passengers from Pakistan.

One of the spokesperson from the Emirates airlines apologized to the passengers for the delay and also told them that the flights will start operating very soon.

Etihad Airways also suspended its outgoing flights from Pakistan. Although, the flights from Abu Dhabi will continue to fly to Pakistan. Also, the cargo flights will continue operating bilaterally. All the Etihad flights going to Pakistan are being observed constantly.

The airlines asked all of its passengers to submit their details in the PNR when buying the tickets. All the travelers can return the tickets or re-book the tickets in accordance with the ticket return policy.

Moreover, Fly Dubai has also suspended its operation from Pakistan to Dubai from the 25th of June. The airlines also canceled their flights from Karachi to Islamabad and Lahore.   

All the booked flights will be refunded, said the airlines.

More read: More than 5,000 healthcare professionals infected by the coronavirus in Pakistan

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